Boston Lifestyle Maternity Session

She really was glowing! I’m so pleased to share these maternity images of Jenn, taken in the Fall at her home in Boston. I can’t believe I’ve waited so long considering these are some of my favorite maternity portraits I’ve photographed. Jenn and her husband Jack were so awesome to work with, and their condo in downtown Boston was the perfect setting for her in-home maternity session. I love the challenge of photographing in a new space and when clients want to include their home and personal style in their images – makes for even more personal and fun portraits. I love the light and airy feel to these pregnancy portraits – Jenn was an absolutely stunning mama to be – I’ll let the images speak for themselves!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack had the best smile – I swear he should be on tv! Of course, having a wife as gorgeous as Jenn and a baby on the way would give him something to smile about ;) I love the casual portraits of them snuggling on the couch.

 

 

 

And, we had to take advantage of the amazing views of the Boston skyline that 30+ stories will get you out on their balcony.

We ended the session with some modern studio portraits in my favorite black & white – I love the look of anticipation and happiness on their faces!

 

 

Stay tuned because I photographed their adorable baby boy Jack Jr’s newborn session in January- will be sharing those images as well!

If you are thinking about scheduling a maternity session, the best time to contact the studio is around 6 months so we can plan a session between 30-32 weeks. I offer lifestyle maternity sessions or studio maternity portraits (or both!) and tasteful nudes as well. I’d love to help you create the images you want to remember from your pregnancy.

 

 

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Miss Alexandra | Boston Newborn Photographer Travels

Well, I’m in a bit of disbelief that its really 2013! I’m sure it will take me until mid February to get used to writing 2013 on forms and such ;) What better way to ring in the New Year than with new life? 2012 was a wonderful year for Bring to Light Photography and I loved meeting new families and seeing some familiar faces. Of course, I’m woefully behind on showing off my beautiful clients so let’s start the year off right with Miss Alexandra. Although I routinely work in Boston and the surrounding areas like Cambridge, my own Somerville, Winchester and Belmont, I do offer to travel for newborn sessions a little further from home as well. Samantha first contacted me for a friend living in the South End and later booked me for her baby girl’s session in Rhode Island. It was a nice summery day and I enjoyed a lobster roll after the session by the water at her recommendation- all in a hard days work ;)

I had mom look through my selection of hats and headbands, such fun for newborn girl sessions, and we picked out some adorable looks for Alexandra. Once the baby was asleep, she was such a champ and slept nearly the entire session. A real treat was the 3 generation picture I was able to capture with Samantha and her mom and little Alex – three beautiful ladies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Samantha, Aaron and Alexandra – thank you for a wonderful newborn portrait session and for importing me from Boston ;)

Are you pregnant and looking for a newborn portrait photographer? Images featured on my blog are of newborn babies within the first 10 days of life. Bring to Light Photography photographs newborn babies and infants in the comfort of your home in the Cambridge and Boston area and surrounding suburbs including Belmont, Arlington, Waltham and Winchester. Maternity and newborn sessions are available for travel to the North Shore and South Shore as well.  Remember to contact me while you are still pregnant so l can reserve time for your newborn portraits before your new baby arrives.

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January 15, 2013 - 2:19 pm

Nitz Photography | Jacksonville newborn phtoographers - Adorable images. Love the first one with the quilt in the background.

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